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6 attitudes of science or philosophic assumptions about behavior

DEERPP

determinism
Empiricism
Experimentation
Replication
Parismony
Philosophic doubt

2

7 dimensions of behavior

BATCAGE

behavioral
Applied
Technological
Conceptually systematic
Analytical
Generality
Effective

3

3 levels of scientific understanding

D-description
P-prediction
C- control

4

Principles of behavior

PER

punishment
Reinforcement
Extinction

5

3 types of nervous systems

P-Proprioceptive (movement)
I- Interoceptive ( internal)
E- exteroceptive (5 senses)

6

3 types of stimulus classes

F- formal (topography)
T- temporal (referring to time)
F- Functional

7

5 types of positive reinforcers

EATSS

edibles, activity, tangible, social, sensory

8

5 types of positive punishers

ROSER

reprimands, overcorrection, Shock, exercise, response blocking

9

2 types of Response Cost

BF
Bonus and Direct Fines

10

4 types of non-exclusionary time out

IWOR

Ignoring, withdrawing specific R+, Observation/Contingent Observation, Ribbon/Time-out Ribbon (like the safety pin game)

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3 types of Exclusionary time out

RPH

Room, Partition, Hallway

12

3 types of extinction

PAN

positive reinforcement, automatic reinforcement, negative reinforcement

13

3 parts of stimulus equivalence

RST
Reflexivity, Symmetry and Transivitiy

14

7 strategies to promote Generalization

CLEMING

Common stimuli, loosely train, exemplars, mediation, indiscriminable contingencies, negative teaching examples, general case analysis

15

What are the 6 types of elementary verbal operants

EMITTT

Echoics, mands, intraverbal, tact, textual, transcription

16

4 types of tact extensions:

SMMG:
Solistic extension: aka slang, not using good language
Metaphorical Extension: Metaphors
Metonymical Extension: Verbal responses that share NONE of the original stimuli but some irrelevant ones
Generic Extension: similar to Stimulus Generalization

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4 basic INT Reinforcement schedules

FVRV:
fixed, variable, fixed, variable (ration and interval)

18

3 variations of basic INT Reinforcement:

HDL:

DRH (high rates)
DRD (Diminishing rates)
DRL (low rates)

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7 Compound schedules of Reinforcement

CMCMTAC:

Concurrent
Multiple
Chained
Mixed
Tandem
Alternative
Conjunctive

20

4 phases of an intervention?

A PIE

Assessment
Planning
Implementation
Evaluation

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4 methods to gain information for an assessment

COIT

Checklists
Observation
Interview
Test